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Clubs Schedule Nelson Releases
hospital on Mt. McGregor.
On Saturday, April 26, Pierce Music Council will hold Its
Moving-up Day Is scheduled for
annual
spring
concert
May
16,
acwill hold Its annual Jonquil
April Activites Summer SessionHall
Hop. Shiela McGinnis, '48, is gen- cording to Mary Harvey, '47, presi- May 9.
dent. The orchestra and choirs will
SCA conference of Eastern states
eral chairman of the affair.
Both Pan Amlgos and Commerce
be presented under the direction will be held at Silver Bay, New York
Bertha
Wakin,
'47,
President
of
Club have scheduled events this Class Schedule
Pan Amigos, has announced that of Dr. Stokes, Professor of Music. from June 14 to 24. Mary Telian,
week. These plans Include a business meeting and bowling party.
Bertha Wakin, '47, president of
Pan Amigos, has announced that
•he club will hold a meeting Tuesday, April 22, at 7:30 P.M., in the
Lounge. At this time nominations
will be held for next year's officers.
Roberta Van Auken, president of
Pan Amigos last year, will speak
on her trip to Mexico and the work
she has been doing in the Albany
schools. All students are invited to
attend,
J ^ ,
Miss Wakin also announced that
Senor Francisco Merana, who was
to be the guest of Pan Amigos at
this meeting, will attend the meeting on May 13 instead. Merana is
an expert on Latin American music.
Commerce Club will sponsor a
bowling party Thursday, April 27,
at 7:00 P. M. in the Playdium, according to Nora Vimmerstedt, '47,
President of the club. All commerce
students, faculty, and friends are
invited to attend. Those who wish
to attend should sign up on the
bulletin board on the third floor
of Draper.
Foreign Born Students
To Relate Experiences
John Jennings, '49, chairman of
Inter-Group Council, has announced that the Council will act as host
to the Albany Intercultural Group
Monday, April 16, at 8:30 P.M. All
students are invited to attend this
meeting at which foreign born students of the Albany area will speak.
Among the colleges sending representatives to this meeting are
Union, St. Rose, RPI, and State. The
students will speak on their experiences in their former homelands
and on the government and customs of these countries. The speakers from State will be Use Gluckstadt, '49, and Heinz Engel, '50.
Refreshments will be served at
the meeting.
To Hold Nominations
In Today's Assembly
On May 1, the Sophomore Class '47, president of State College SCA
(Continued from Page 1, Column 1) the club will present Senor Franwill present its Big-8, "And Four to has been appointed chairman of
cisco
Merana
who
is
an
expert
in
Each student should register for
Go" for the veterans a t the rest the conference.
one of the following courses, each Latin-American music, on May 13.
of which is scheduled for 11:10
to 12:30 Monday through Friday
and 1:10 to 2:00 Monday through
Thursday and yields six credits: Ed.
10, Junior Psychology and Education; English 3, English Literature;
Hy 120, Ancient Civilization, (1st 4
weeks); Hy 121, The Middle Ages,
(2nd 4 weeks); Gk 203, Greek Literature in Translation, (advised as
elective for majors or minors in
English, languages or social studies); and Spanish 2, Intermediate
Spanish.
Each student should register for
two of the following courses scheduled for 8:10 to 9:00 daily and
yielding two credits each. The exceptions are Biology 22 and Spanish
9 which count as 2 courses. Bl 22,
Plant biology; Hy 4a, American Political and Social Institutions; Co.
6a, Business Law; Fr 109, Advanced
French Composition; Ma 22, College
Algebra; PS 209, Constitutional
Law; Sp 9a, Composition, Elementary.
The following courses are offered from 9:10 to 10:00 daily and
yield 2 credits: B122, Continuation
of course; Hy 4b, Continuation of
course; Co 6B Continuation of
course; Fr 115, French Civilization;
Ma 23, Trigonometry; PS 113, American Parties and Politics; and Sp 9B,
Composition, Elementary.
The following courses are offered
from 10:10 to 11:00 daily and yield
2 credits: Bill 9, Field Biology, Hy
141, American History, 1607-1783;
Co 109, Business Correspondence;
Fr 110, French Phonetics; Ma HI,
Mathematics of Statistics; PS 215,
State and Local Government in
New York; and Sp 110A, Composition Advanced.
'49 To Present Big-8
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The hospital, located on the top
of the mountain, was originally a
T. B. sanitorium conducted by the
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. During the war, however, it
was converted to a hospital for
veterans. At present, there are approximately four hundred veterans
stationed there. General Grant's
home Is also located on Mt. McGregor.
iContinued from Page 1, Column 1)
dent Board of Finance, presented
the new budget for the coming year.
Gerhart Weinberg, '47, and Jean
Pulver, '49, were appointed to attend the Russell Sage Conference
April 25-26 which will discuss all
campus activities including student
government, publications,
Interfaith, and dramatics.
A committee with Catherine Donnelly, '49, as chairman, was appointed to conduct a drive to send relief to Nymegen, Holland. Other
members of the committee are Alice
CONTI CASTILi SHAMPOO
Prlndle, and Alice Williams, '47, and
presenti
Enrl Jones and Arnold Rice, '50.
Philip Lashlnsky, '47, was named
In charge of a committee to head
a cancer drive In State College. Students who will work on this committee are Agnes Mclntyre and Rose
Berg Goldstone, Sophomore, and
loading Slars of tho Metropolitan Opora
Gloria Gilbert, '48.
Llcla Albanoso • Jon Poorco • Francesco Valontlno
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Honor Siudenis Hear
Thompson, Dorsey Jazz
The stately speaker Dr. Harold
Thompson, rose to address the
assembled members of Signum
Laudis . . . and silence reigned.
This distinguished gentleman,
was the very personification of
poise. Slowly, he delved into the
intricacies of modern education.
Suddenly, however, the silent
room was filled with the noise
of a blasting trumpet, and education was mingled with jazz,
The loud speaker had unexpectedly found its voice. After many
unsuccessful attempts to out yell
Tommy Dorsey, Dr. Thompson
was relieved to find the loud
speaker had been silenced.'
A second time the distinguished guest delved into his subject.
And just as lie reached the climax . . . just as the last few
words were being spoken, Mr.
Dorsey and company broke forth
with jumping jazz.
Though broken in spirit and
weakened with the effort exercised in restraint, this model of
self-containment finished
his
speech and retired gracefully.
And what could Signum Laudis
say? They were speechless.
Spring Formal p o r
Tomorrow Night I1CL
N c w
$ t u d e n t
^
,
1Bii
U-Snaped Building Located On Western Avenue
Sheila Maginess, '48, Chairman
for the Pierce Hall Jonquil Jump,
To Include Recreation Center, Dormitories, Lounge
has announced the final plans for
the formal. The dance will be held
Milton G. Nelson, Dean of the College, met last Wednesday with
J n A t h L I n ? l e R o o m f r f 1 ! . 9 P - ^ ' to t h e Student Union Board to discuss with the members the plans for
Candidates who are running for
with M e t r o ° T y S o
fedtg
the t h e h e ? S t U ( J e n t ?odal Center according to Gloria Gilbert, '48, Chairthe positions of president, vicemusic.
man of the Board. I he state has appropriated money for the project
president, secretary, and grand marshal of Student Association will
Decorations for the occasion will and the preliminary plans have been drawn up.
make speeches disclosing their platbe entirely in green and yellow to
The Student Center will be located
forms in Assembly this morning.
suggest Spring. There will be canon Western Avenue between PartEach candidate's speech will be preopies of both these colors, set off
ridge and Ontario Streets. Accordceded by a one minute talk by the
by yellow jonquils, and the orching to the blueprints, it will be
campaign managers.
estra will have a background of
fresh jonquils and yellow canopies.
shaped like a U and will conform
Alice Prindle, Alice Williams, and
with the architecture used in Sayles
Eloise Worth are competing for the
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth TimmerPresidency of Student Association.
and Pierce Dormitories. The center
man, and Mr. and Mrs. Roswell
Schedule Area Meet of
Their managers are Harold Gould,
Fairbanks have accepted invitations
the U will be utilized as a recre'47, and Fred Root and Stanley Abto act as chaperones, according to
Of
IVCF
Tomorrow
ational
center while on both two
rams, Juniors. In competition for
Miss Watkins, the head of the
the office of Vice-Presidency are
chaperone committee.
Brandeis Society will have a rep- sides there will be dormitories.
the Sophomores, James Brophy,
resentatlve of the Intercollegiate Building' Flans
Miss Maginess and her co-chair- Zionist Federation of America, Miss
managed by Donald Lansky, '49,
Joseph Prancello by John Lubey,
man, Dorothy Caughran, 47, have R o z T a v e i , v i s i t s t a t e College on • On the ground floor, which will
'49, Robert Kittredge by Anthony
announced the following as heads of S u n c i a y a n d Monday, April 27 and b p o n a l e v e l w l t h t h p riormitorv
Prochilo, '50, Agnes Mclntyre by
committees: tickets and programs, 2 8. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow- , ° V f J ™
the dormitory
Elien Rochford, '48, Glfford WinJean Heginger, '48; decorations, s h i p h a s planned a meeting for this p l a y i n g f i e l d s - t n e r e w l U b e a l a r e e
gate by John Jennings, '49, and JoMary Lou O'Neil, '49; refreshments, Saturday night
main dining room seating 300 stuseph Zanchelli by Judith Dube, '47.
Janet Lewis '49; chaperones, Mardents and 2 small dining rooms
rnose from the present freshman
lonlee Watkins, '48, and clean-up,
Miss Tavel has traveled widely w„,l ift ,h a„ s „e a t ifn,
,
class who are running for Secretary
Jane Knapp, '49.
throughout the United States, visit- f i v e e a c h & capacity of seventyare Geraldine Cooperman with
ing I.Z.F.A. chapters in all parts of
' There will also be a
Harold O'Meara, '49 as manager,
As the rules stand now, the t n e country. On Sunday at 3 snack bar and lunch counter. The
and Alice Reilly supported by Robdance will end at 1:00 and all the 0 . c l o! cnk 1s h e l w l l l b cn g u e s t s p e n k e r at first floor olans include a lounee
ert Wilcox, '49. Also running for
At a meeting oi suiaent council nBe,.mi«lnn
imtlt a-nn " AH-T.«,",nh TV,~» " " ' " "" """"<~'
>•»•>«»«, ™ «« with aa stare
at oneU Kside
j U f t t which mnv
ss Son , n t
At a meeting
Student
Council
S » *Although
* " *the held
a special
meeting, toCenbe ,
the office are Diane Webber, who Wednesdav
niffht of the
following
let- ^P, l mklM
,
" " 2.00.
at theBrandeis
Jewish Community
,fB ^ ,D o n e &lae , w m c n m B y^
be used for
ibeing rnonaged by Robert Merritt, £ ' w a s l e a s e d for pubUcation:
° ° ° > ™ wiu'nol• tv « n J \ ^ t Ater
(near the State Office Building).
^ e student affairs.
t thls
'49, and Rose Mary Willsey by Olif- To Student Association:
S
t
I f ^ n
.
Lwi
gathering, she will discuss There are also rooms provided for
ford Thome, '49. Candidates from
No one is safe from cancer I Sta- „„„™, 0 l ° n
' ° v o a the advisability of, and plans for, various student activities and check
the Class of '48 for Grand Mar- tlstics prove that cancer is now kill- c o n f u s l o n establishing a Zionist region in this r o o m s f o r men and women. On
shal are Rita Shapiro, whose cam- ing Americans at the appalling rate
Miss Maginess was sorry that a r e n " A " m e m b e r s ° f s t n t ? Ool- ,.
.
there will be a
leBe a n d t h e
palgn manager is Edith Dell, and of one every three minutes . . . 21 this allair could not be open to all
community are invited
M-U.HU UI OI
large
game
room
and a recreatto
0 attend.
attcnd
Helen Kisiel and Mary Jean Car- every hour . . . 504 every day. 17,- state College students, but the size
ver who have chosen William Lyons 000,000 Americans now living are of tho Ingle Room made it necesMnnrinv Rrondnte inn\»u, win t i o n a l r o o m f o r m u s i c o r r e a d i n « and John King respectively as their doomed to die of this dread disease, sary to close the dance to Pierce have a meet ne for members in P l a n s f o r a medical office on this
managers.
This inhuman enemy respects no Hall members and their dates. How- Richardson Room 26, at 3:30. Upon floor have also been drawn up. Pub^
lication offices will be located here
Other candidates for Student As- n 'n Jd of d mank
ind . . . it stiikes young ever t theretsldc
are1 af 0few$1 ticketsb caavailr e q u e 8 t M l s s T a v c l w i l l a n swer in
a
sooiation offices who are not re. L „ 5„ ,'5°'.. f } ls f dividual questions about I.Z.F.A also.
heM
m
1 n °J ,. V. .„,,, f m m „„„„„., o „ „ _ . ? „ °,°!!.
On the
will
No one is safe from cancer One some of the residents do not plan %£ g v e her advice and[suggestions U
° "third
^ "floor,
^ t there
quired to
to make campaign speeches
be a sulte for the
trgaret
Franks!
Jeanne
Gobo,
out
of
every
eight
members
of
Stuto
attend
tomorrow
night.
J
the
organization's
problem
All
S
e
c
t
o
r
of
the
are Mar
n
Koch, and Marjorie Smith, S ! ? ! " ! ? ? * 1 ™ " 0WA" „™?,," 01 ' Ue
students who have attended Bran- Center, four guest rooms and two
competing
for
college
song
large dormitories, one for men and
A,
:
" " " y ' "Those" "who
" " '""'
'
' " " "to' " t a t T s k i n g ' s t u Z ; Associa- Will O p , n Book Exchange
S / ^ " 8 8 ta t h e p a S t " r e i n
leader.
are seeking
one
for women. These guest rooms
be elected college cheerleaders are tion to pledge $.25 per person. Next
Florence Mace, '48, head of the
Muriel Owens, President of Inter- and dormitories may be used by
Gladys Hawk. '48, Mary Cheatham, Friday in Assembly, Student ConnJacqueline Parrel], Jean Ineson, cil Will collect your donation. Please Used Book Exchange, has announc- Varsity Christian Fellowship, an- commuters, visiting teams or concd that the Exchange will be open nounccs that the area meeting of ference delegates.
Patricia Rourke, unci Margaret Sea- give unsparingly.
(signed) Student Council.
Tuesday from 3:30 to 4:30 P. M. in the month will be held this Saturman, Sophomores, Evelyn KamarThis drive being conducted by the balcony of the Commons. This day evening, April 20, at 8 P. M. Appropriations
darek and Joan Keyton, '50. Four
members from the present Junior State College is a part of the na- will give an opportunity for all stu- at the Y.W.C.A., B Lodge Street. Dr. h According to Dean Nelson, money
who have books or money in J- Lawrence Kulp of Columbia UnJ- »s been appropriated by the state
class will bc elected lo Student tional drive of the American Can- ldents
versity, a young man with a wide only for the building of the Center
Board of Finance for which posi- cor Society during the month of n e Exchange to collect them.
This will be the last chance this experience in the field of science, «nd for the heavy articles of furnition Mardell Brusle, Elaine Clute, April. In' accordance with this
Adeline Fischer, Harriet Hllliard, members of Student Council will semester to collect these items and will present the topic, "Science and ture. The students must pay for
' All are
invited to come the
other
furnishings^
themselves,
Vivian Hllller, Evelyn Jamison, John Lake up a collection during Assem- a " f"»ds which are not called for the Bible.
!
,
fc 1
,!
questions,
as well.
will be given to Student Associa and
'"'' bring
' ":
"
'Dean
'"*" Nelson
" '"" •also
"" said' that the StuKirby, Theresa Muhoney, George bly, next Friday, May 2.
dent
Center
will
be
run
as
the ColMiss Owens also wishes to an
Pottlos, Fred Root, Frances Walsh,
i Continued en PageS, Column 5J *• '
nounce that I.V.C.F.'s summer con- lege is and that students will have
and Gerhart Weinberg ore competference for all those Interested in considerable say In determining
ing. Two members will be chosen
the organization will last from P 0 1 1 1 ^
from the Class of '49. Those who
have been nominated from this
June Hi to June 22 at Camp
Miss Gilbert stated that Student
class are William Bahn, Rodney
Pinnacle In the Helderbergs.
Union Board considers these preFclder, Robert Hnrdt, Eileen Hayes,
Mnry Telian, '47, President of "mlnary plans satisfactory and will
Robert Kaiser, Everson Klnn, Lucy
S.C.A., has announced that voting do its utmost to aid in the conLytic, William Sheehan, Dolores
of the building and to see
Stacker, Norma Swinyer, and Clliwill take place Monday and Tues- struction
that suitable furnishings are proFolk-lore of the supernatural, col- was not ready to make any pub- day of next week.
(Cunt in tied on Page 6, Column 61
lected by the students at State, has lishlng commitments. Both books
,„ to Sally Dunn. '47, vided.
According
provided the material for two books are concerned with the superstitions Pre'sidenT'of Newman Club'"there
writ ten by Dr. Louis C. Jones, for- about witches, ghosts and other w l u b e a Communion Breakfast next
mer Assistant Professor of English, supernatural creations that go to Sunday morning at 7:30 A. M. at
I he virgin Islands were his choice make up folk-lore.
the Boulevard Cafeteria
Dean Announces
of a place to work because of tho
Dr. Jones resigned from the facSolomon Mlnsberg '47 President
climate and because It would be a ulty at state last fall and is going 0 f Killel announces 'that' Mr Sam- Faculty Promotions
place away from all obligations and to Cooperstown to direct the State u o i Ehrenhalt a representative of
Campaign Managers
To Introduce Speakers
In Todays Assembly
Tavel To Visit
Brandeis Society
To Start Drive
ForCancerFunds
Eight Students
Secure Positions
Where all the Students Meet
SODAS — CANDY — SANDWICHES
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Dr. Jones Returns From Islands;
Will Publish Books In Spring
Dorothy Kirston • Ftlso Stovons
0TT0 R. ME?!BE
State College News
have been placed were
follows:
Kenneth Ford, will leach Mathemntlcs at Lowvlllo; Mary Van Geldor, Mathematics, Waylaud; Robert
Sullivan. Graduate, Social Studies,
Wiirrensburu; Sarah Jane Johnson,
Engllsh, Endloott; Calvin Zlppen
will work at the Wlnthrop Olunnlcal Company; Hetty Rose Hilt will
toaoh English at Mlddleport; Walter Gordon, Commerce, Roesslevllle;
and James Morr son, Social Stutiles, West Wlulleld.
he has ever known. The natives
are 92f;f
colored and povertystricken but that does not hinder
them from being kind, considerate
„| U | sell-respectlng. Particularly, he
expressed admiration for their Independent spirit and It Is Ills belief that we should be proud that
they are Americans.
Actually, ho wrote two books while
|U> was away. "Spooks of the Valley," a book for boys, wlll be pubUshod next spring and about the
other one, "Constant Shadows," lie
soum also at Cooperstown Is devoted
entirely to New York State rural
life. It hits a display of all farm
and craft
When
» . , , ' , ,tools.
...,!..
U
M,,,,,
.completed
. . . . . . . . 1 . , , ...»
It will have life-size models of rural
life Including a stone school house,
a completely stocked country store
and a blacksmith shop. Editing the
"New York Folklore Quarterly" and
directing tho Junior Historical
Clubs located all ovor the State will
also comprise port of his new Job.
He emphasized the fact Unit the
(Continuedon Pago3, Columns)
Claim Lost Articles Tues.'ay
'
Pearl Pless, '49, Chairman of Lost
and Found, has announced that
persons who have lost any articles
will have one last chance lo claim
them Tuesday, April 29, from 2 to
4:30 P. M. All articles not claimed
at this time wlll be sold at a twoday auction Thursday and Friday,
May 1 and 2, in the balcony of the
Commons.
third
promotion Is from Instructor to
Assistant Professor.
Dr. Carleton A. Moose, Assistant
Professor ami Supervisor In Solonce In Milne, has been promoted
to Professor and Wallace W. Taylor, Assistant Professor and Supervisor of Social Studies in Milne, has
been raised to the position of Prolessor. Miss Mury E. Conklln, Instructor and Supervisor of English
in Milne, has received her promoHon to Assistant Professor.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS,
FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1 t 4 7
Root Of All Evil
"Money is the root of all evil."
The Common-Stater is given the widest latitude as
By MAJORIE HARLAND
author of this column, although his viewpoints do nol
Most people worry about money only when
they don't have any. And we've got plenty here— Syracuse reopened their interna- up $275,000 college scholarships for necessarily reflect those of the Btate College News.
debating last weekend when young people, each in the memory
$27,313.40 to quote next year's budget. Not very tional
Our fan mail last week included the following lei
two students from Cambridge Uni- of an American who lost his life
much compared to the sums involved in govern- versity arrived on campus on their in the war. These would be living ter unsigned. Keeping with the policy of this colutni,
ment spending, union negotiations and salaries of tour of American colleges and uni- memorials to our war dead since to 'present students' problems to the reading public
versities. The debate caused a good each would bear the name of a we went to work.
movie stars, but still a substantial figure.
Could you put your eagle eye and bloodhound nose
of interest with over 400 turn- member of our armed forces who
Breaking it down into more realistic digits, we deal
ing out for the event. The topic for made the supreme sacrifice. Dr. to work for some poor broke students and find on
find that above total represents approximately $21 this debate and for the entire ser- Weinette feels that this would be why we have to pay $1.50 for our Ped this year—:;
fitting way to perpetuate their times the cost of previous years—especially after m
each from 1,300 students next year. Included in ies was the problems of an Inter- amemories
and at the same time aid handed them $1,000 of the surplus last semester?
organization in a world
this "generous" sum is an appropriation of $5,200 national
dominated by sovereign states. The American youth. The scholarships
Thanks!
for a Student Union, representing $4 of each tax Cambridg team completed its sche- would cover tuition, books, and fees We
checked with the management of the Ped and
as
well
as
a
monthly
living
allowdule Saturday when they met Elticket.
nrocured the following statistics.
ance
similar
to
the
plan
under
which
College.
1947
1946
If there is any hope of keeping the annual tax mira
veterans are now attending college.
Something New
Appropriation
$2,400.00
$2,000.00
at its present level, there must obviously be a cut Bowling Green State University The greatest benefit would be for
Surplus
1,000.00
young
people
who
had
no
opporin either one or more items of the budget or in the has initiated a new course into its
Printing cost
7,055.34 4,094.79
tunity to serve during the war and
Photography cost
439.50
786.25
money destined for Student Union. In view of the curriculum. The newcomer is a would
give
many
an
opportunity
to
sociology course on dating,
Advertising
326.50
258.00
recently released information concerning a state freshman
attend
college.
and is probably the if rst of its kind
Page space (income)
1,930.00
?
appropriation for "two dorms with student facili- yielding credit in any college. I t Sailing, Sailing . . .
Picture collection
286.00
?
ties" there seems to be little need to continue pour- would probably be an interesting A series of sailing races are being
Sale
1,500.00
500.00 (Ap
Misc. (income)
50.00
ing our money into a fund which is now earmarked course if practical applications held at Middlebury College this
were encouraged.
Administration week end if another blizzard does
This figures to $7,492 income and $7,494.84 expense
for furnishing the hew building.
not cause a change of plans. Ten for this year's Ped.
please note.
other colleges will send representa- On the Ped Situation
This does not mean that the Student Union fund Proud Mamas
to the event. Middlebury will
But let's slack off the high-powered figures foi
should be discontinued altogether, for the furnish- Shortly before vacation students tives
at Plattsburg State Teachers Col- supply the boats and the crews will a moment. I t is to be noted that the cost of printing
ings we want will run into a lot of money. But we lege
were very much interested in represent Champlain College, St. the Ped jumped from $4,000 last year to $7,000 thi
can easily cut down the figure without short-chang- an all-important event which had Lawrence, the University of Ver- year. In the analysis given us, it was shown tlw
occurred in the Home Ec. depart- mont, Norwich, U., Bennington Col- last year's book cost $5 to be published, while tin
ing ourselves in the end.
It was the seven-month birth- lege, R.P.I., Union, Russel Sage, year's cost $7.50, but with added income this year, nn
With Student Union funds cut down, the budget ment.
day of Carol Ann, daughter of the Skidmore, and Green Mountain Jun- individual copy, while costing $2.50 more to produce
balances nicely. So nicely, in fact, that Student Home Management House and she ior College. One of the contests cost the student only $2.00 more to get than lasi
Association seems willing to let it go by with little celebrated it by cutting her first will consist of an all-girl race.
year. (Better read that once again, slowly.)
regard for disposition of the money. A glance at tooth much t o the pride of her Gleanings from RPI
Several factors account for the increased cost m
"seven mothers".
"Statistics show that Yale grad- production: (1) rising cost of labor and materim
last week's NEWS show that most organizations In Memoriam
uates have 1.3 children while Vassar (that's always a good one), (2) an additional 2t)ii
have incomplete breakdowns of expenditures, let- President J. P. Weinette of the grads
have 1.7, Which merely goes copies being published, (3) increased size of the Ped
ting one general phrase cover a multitude of items. University of New Mexico recently to show that women have more due to the number of Seniors, (4) increased cost ui
Every student has to shell out in September and proposed that the government set children than men."
covers.
The Ped staff, however, reports that several thine,
has a right to know where his money is going, but
have been done to reduce the overall cost. One i
he'd have a hard time finding out with the informthat 10 Seniors will appear on each page, instead ol i;
ation at his disposal. Last week's assembly showed
as previously, publication is being done by the offsei
this clearly when representatives of various organprocess which is cheaper, and the colored end-leave,
have been eliminated.
By INESON and WINGATE
izations found it necessary to explain in greater
That, in brief is the story. The Ped situation is
detail the use of Student Association money.
"We'll work on it. The Editor of fast approaching the point (and cost) wherein tin
Democracy—the right to vote for
A lot of unnecessary and time-consuming bicker- the Dodgers; to cheer for the good the Praytogod office needs a good student body must decide whether or not the Ped
ing would be eliminated if such information could old American hot dog; to sink your man this year. I didn't think so is worth the price which it costs. If the same thing
into one of those home-made much of having last year's issue takes place next year (additional appropriations, inbe published in advance of discussion. In most cases teeth
candidates; to boo your mother. put out in Latin. I couldn't read creased cost to the individual, etc.), it is very probthere was no argument about an appropriation Democracy—a pulsing vital force, the damn thing."
able that the student body will vote either to abolish
once the facts were made known, but the whole throbbing through the streets. Oc- "Was it Latin? I though it was the Ped, or substitute something else for it.
casionally,
it
stop
throbbing
long
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situation could have been avoided completely by enough for a practised eye to see German."
"Shut up and drink your beer. I It Might Be You
more careful planning.
it as it really is—a pulsing vital I think Gloria Inexcelsis deserves
As you read this, look around you. Are there eigln
We believe that all groups, and especially those force throbbing through the streets. the job. I can't think of any other people? If you're in assembly, there are at least eigln
way of getting to the Fierce Hall persons in your row. The odds are that one person
which receive large sums, should submit a more "More beer, Edie."
Formal."
in that eight, IT MIGHT BE YOU, will die of can
detailed budget in the first place instead of wast- "Six?"
"Moonyean La Pillule lives there cer.
"Seven."
ing assembly time with unnecessary explanations. "Now let's see. Who's running for too."
The whole nation is behind the drive for funds in
Each year the budget gets al ittle larger, but Field Marshal of the Senior Class?" "She doesn't have a car."
combat the disease, from the classy million-buck "Oh, O. K., Gloria's in."
breakdowns of appropriations and other neces- "Field Marshal? Never heard of
business of horse racing to containers in cigar store
"The real problem is somebody for
Student Council is sponsoring a drive which d o
sary explanations have not increased in propor- it."
"You know, cleaning up the cam- the Budget Checker Board."
erves every student's support. In Assembly next wee!
tion.
pus and stuff. You get a key with
'We need somebody with brains each person will be asked to contribute two bits. Al
The same thing happens every year, and the it, anyway, so it's a good job."
in his head for that job."
though the sum received from State, about thro
need for a change is becoming more acute. If things "Somebody's putting up 'Lucky "Rigley Chiclet"
hundred bucks, won't be among the largest contribti
"I said brains, not glue!"
Greene."
lions that the drive has obtained, it will demonstrai'
continue at the present rate we'll still be arguing Strike'
"Dan Teen?"
"You mean the vet?"
we're not walled up here and oblivious to Hi.
about the budget in June. It may be too late for "Yeah, but listen—he can't make "Year, he's always sticking around that
needs of the nation.
any revisions this year, but the three upper classes it. Paul Maul is running too, and the Commons. Everybody knows Then, while in the giving mood, how about brine.
in '47-'48 should take note and work out a more they're both from Plotter Club." him."
Ing some of those clothes that don't fit any mon
"I don't like him. He's bound to or won't match anything you have, or was given '••
"What about Fatima Regent?
efficient system.
She's got the Fierce and Pails Hall gum up the works. T. Berry gets it
We *JUe PeofUe . .
you as a present and are "just too hideous to be sen
as far as I'm concerned."
vote."
in". There's a box in lower Draper to receive same
"Shut up a minute. I got it. If "He don't know nothing about and some pretty sad folks in Nymegen who need Hi;
we run Virginia Rounds, she's sure money."
stuff.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS
to pull in the Ki Sag vote—we'll
"Who wants he should know
On Monday, Student Council wil be selling "wootli
have it cornered."
something first thing you know he shoes", the price of which will be a contribution " :
Established May 1916
"Good kid, lotsa pep, lotsa drive. starts to think for himself!! Shut your own choosing. Proceeds to Nymegan.
But who's gonna write her speech?" up and drink your beer."
By the Class oM 918
A lot of familiar faces were seen at, Rlgolet-lo In
"We'll use the same one we used
"O.K., so why don't you run?" Tuesday nite. Some went for the novelty, sonic In p
last year. Now how about Repre"Why I should run? I got troubles cultured-up. From our inexperienced point of view
No. 22 sentative to Men's Athletic Sup- enough running this school as it is." we thought the costumes brilliant, the scenery exc I
April 25, 1947
porters?"
"You know what that dirty rat lent, and the singing superb, We especially enjoyed
"J. Herringbone Tweed said he Ward Roebuck did? He stole part the last two acts, after obtaining a translation of i! •
Member
Distributor
of the platform we had for Mont- thing. That repetition leads to familiarity was p n u •
AHHOCIIIUMI Collegiate I'rcuu
Collegiate Digest was running."
"Glen Plaid had a good chance, gomery Sears."
The unuerBracluiito nownpnnor of the New York Stnto Colin that the popular La Donna E Mobile is sunt!
"Which part? The part about hav- limes in the last act.
lege fin' Tune lie rs; published every Friday of llio college but he wrecked it—he had a platyenr by the NBWS Hoard for Ihe Student Association, form."
ing United Traction Tokens acceptPllonoB: Teller, 8-0B38; nusoolc, 8-1811; Pender, Oiinlny,
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"A platform? If there's anything ed as legal tender? The bum!"
2-012(1, K mix, 8-0287; Skolslty, 4-1007, Members of the news
"No, the good part, the idea to What About the Union Fund
Ninff iniiv be reiiohod TUOB.. and Wed. from 7 to UittO P.M. I can't stand, it's a guy who wants
an office to do something. I t ain't permit studying In the Library.
lit :i-l)l07.
The situation created when Brubacher Lounge n
enough you get a bracelet—you got
"The dirty dog I"
Suyles Hall was closed to student groups, after beim
to do something!"
•I got if! We'll beat him at his partly furnished by student contributions, with He
own game. What happens when peo- promise that it would be available to them, will m
"Lei's run Serge Gabardine."
The News Board
ple study in the Library?"
"He studies."
doubt have some bearing on the pending Studen
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
MARY P. TESSIER
"They pass,"
"Well, that let's him out."
"Facilities" deal. The financing of if, disposition n
MANAGING EDITOR
BERNARD M. SKOLSKY
"I got III Cord O'Royl"
"No. Shut up and drink your beer. the funds now ear-marked for building a Studen
BUSINESS MANAGER
BENJAMIN REED .
"Who's he?"
They ruin their eyes, that's what I Union building, and purchase of equipment remain
CIRCULATION MANAGER
LORNA KUNZ
"Plays La Crosse."
Do we want the whole school should uncertain. We are told that some $27,000 is now i
CO-CIRCULATION MANAGER
GLORIA BRECLIN
"We ain't got a La Crosse team!" be myopic?"
the fund. A review of the plans shows thai thci
• P O R T * EDITOR
VIRGINIA DAY
"No."
"I know, I know I! We get him an
Isn't too much to be furnished. The stale is expertri
ADVERTISING MANAGER office and we get us a La Crosse
MARTHA DUNLAY
"You're a genius!"
io come through with the bulk of equipment, and Hi
ADVERTISING MANAGER team. Shut up and drink your beer.
. ARQERY PENDER
above sum will augment thai.
'What a platform!"
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
CAROL CLARK
"We still didn't get us a candidate
"There's only one thing botherIt Is possible that the assessment will be redtic
ASSOCIATE EDITOR for Inter-Council Council."
ANN MAY
ing nie now. We not Godfrey Hali- from $4 to $3, thus reducing the student tax by one
ELLEN ROCHFORD
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
"I know. I'm still working on Eber- but up a position In the English DeIn view of the fact that such a large sum Is no'
hiirdt Wurtzenburg. He'd run, only partment. Is there such an office?" available, that it will be several years until lime l"i
he sprained his right hand and
"Sure, some guy named Scales the grand opening, It seems plausible that the ri'diu
can't shake hands with anybody." Miickrelwulne has the job now. Bui lion should be more than that. 27 grand will bu\
"How about Allen Roquefort?"
All I'liiiiiiiiiuii'iiiiniiM should be addressed to the editor ami
ho don't get around much.
lot of furniture,
uiliitt be signed. Names will bu withheld unou request.
"He stinks. Besides I promised I'd
"I never heard of the job."
The whole situation still remains very clouded W<
The M'ATK COM.KGK NKWH assumes no responsibility buck Chris Liederkrantz. Ever since
"Shut up and drink your beer. hope that the Student Union Board will'coma through
for iiplnloiiH expressed In Its columns or communications
I .smashed up his mother's car . ."It's probably only u minor office. with a clarifying statement In the near future.
as such expressions do not necessarily reflect Its view.
"O. K., how do we get him in?" Now here's what I got figured. . ." As lor the budget hearing last week, it reaks. Thai
"A cinch—he got an A in Hygiene.
a gag rule should be instituted during a budget dls
We'll type his notes over and pass Dammit, there's that throbbing Mission isn't entirely in keeping with democratic prln
'em out to the freshmen."
again.
oiples. But then . , .
Myskania Lists
Nomination Rules
CammtuucaiiOHd
FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1047
PAGE S
Chemistry Dcpt. Faculty Member
Buys Water Still Receives Citation
The chemistry department r e Albanians
cently purchased a new water still, From
tures on the end leaves and put ten
Senior pictures on a page instead
rOIH ^ O n S t l t U t l O n
° n e d a v l a s t w e e k ' several mem- of the usual six or eight. These which has been Installed in the atDr. Margaret L. Hayes, Assistant
bers
of the Junior class had the economy measures decreased the
Myskania has requested that the
Professor of Education, has received
budget
by
over
$2,000.
tic
of
Huested,
and
will
be
put
to
State College News reprint the now doubtful honor of being nomina citation from the Albany Interuse as soon as the pipe fittings ar Racial Council on her work in imfollowing section from its constitu- ated as potential members of MysThe
cost
per
yearbook
this
year
_
—
.
r»
jrtacuu uouncu on net wuiit ui »«•tion in order to clarify misunder- kania for the year 1947-'48. The list is approximately $2.50 more than
standings that have arisen in re- was criticized little, in my opinion. that of last year. This dollar plus rive. This outfit will replace the p r 0 ving race relations in the city
Since a week ago last Tuesday, the one dollar per yearbook, which old apparatus which has served during the year 1946-1947. Similar
gard to the list of nominees for next
however, the list of nominees has we
were given to three other
year's organization.
receive from the Student Asso- since the building was constructed, Aawards
Formerly the stork-room assist- l b a n y citizens among these being
Section B: Myskania shall select grown to such a proportion that it ciation, appropriation from the
the nominees on the recommended has become a farce. I am puzzled. surplus covers only $2.00 of this
Formerly, the stock room assist M r s ^mri Y a r b r o u g h m o t h e r o f
and suggested lists in the following Just what are the requirements for $2.50 difference. The remainder of ants were obligated to light the gas J o h n j e n r ilhgs] '49, Chairman of
a
Myskania
member?
(I
know,
I
manner:
this difference was literally "scrapInter-Group Council.
1. A list of all Juniors shall be know, but someone else ought to ed together" by the Pedagogue flame, regulate it by hand and make years
as a member of the Board of
read
the
Myskania
constitution,
of
fresh
water.
After
the
water
sure
there
was
a
continuous
supply
Dr. Hayes
hasAlbany
served Inter-Racial
for several
secured from the registrar.
staff.
Directors
of the
too.)
What
does
the
length
of
this
list
condensed it had to be collected in Council and has been very active in
2. Activity sheets filled out by the
In November, Miss Cavanaugh large glass bottles and carried to college work in inter-group educastudents each year shall be secured mean? Does it signify that students of State College are unable also stated that the cost of the
tion, particularly for the last two
if possible.
to govern themselves democratic- Pedagogue this year would be inthe various laboratories. Since all years when the college has been a
the
water
used
in
chemistry
experially? When we have power in our the vicinity of one dollar. Due to
Divide Lists
participant in a national program,
As chairman of the faculty com3. These sheets will be divided in- hands should it be abused thusly? unforseen complications, t h e cost ments must be distilled, this proMyskania is the judicial branch of of the photography in the yearbook cess of heating, cooling and con- mittee in Inter-Group Education at
to four tentative groups:
State College, Miss Hayes has spona. Those who seem worthy of ab- our government and therefore those was more than we estimated. Our densing is continuous.
on it should be those most highly printing and engraving firm d e sored programs of inter-group edusolute recommendation.
b. Those who seem worthy of qualified. Their qualifications should mands pictures which will reproThe new still is run electrically cation in the schools of nearby
be
determined
by
their
activities
duce well enough so that they will
suggestion.
turns on and off automatically, communities. Her work in this line
the last three years. It's a be a credit to the yearbook. In or- and
c. Those who seem to have possi- during
depending
on the level of the water has included a number of speeches
little discouraging when students of der to meet these requirements and
bilities for either list.
in
the
storage
tank. The water is on race relations at schools,
supposedly high intelligence think
d. Those not worthy of further so little of their judiciary as toin order to have the yearbook here supplied to the still by pipes and churches, on the radio, the putting
on time, these expenses were un- heated by an electric current. I t on of inter-group programs at variconsideration.
nominate people who obviously are avoidable.
4. Each member of Myskania shall not even qualified or interested.
is then condensed and collected in ous schools, and working with other
The 1947 Pedagogue staff regrets is m e n UUIIUCIWCU unn ^w**>^v-i.i.vt ... ..•,!., ,-..„,„.,„ ...... .,
be assigned a certain number of
Admittedly, there are irresponsi- that we could not give you the a fifty-gallon nickel-plated storage teachers in setting up programs in
those on the first three lists, to inble
elements in the student body. yearbook this year at a lower price. tank. Pipes run from this tank to this field
vestigate thoroughly and rate tentatively according to the following This is evidenced practically every However, if the contents of this the various laboratories, thus elimpoint system and using all possible Friday by the veterans sitting in letter are given due consideration, inating the necessity of carrying it
the balcony during Assembly.
I feel certain that the reasons I by hand.
sources:
Dr. Oscar Lanford, Professor of
But, I myself, and I am sure sev- have given justify the increased
a. Leadership involving cooperacost.
Chemistry,
said, "It is such a lovely
eral
others
thing
it's
high
time
the
tiveness, initiative, reliability, effistudent body got a good kick in the
looking machine that it is a pity to
Jean Kiting, Editor,
ciency, and good judgment.
pants. That or—make Myskania a
have it hidden way up in the attic, (CanlimicdfromPaye
1947 Pedagogue.
1, Column2)
20 points. self-perpetuating body again.
where no one can see it."
people from State are always welb. College spirit; concern with
To
the
Editor:
Disgusted.
come and hopes they'll come to see
college needs.
10 points.
Men's Athletic Association will
c. Scholastic ability.
10 points.
him.
hold an open budget hearing Mond. Amount of real work done.
To the Editor:
In fact, to directly quote Dr. Jones
day in Room 101, Draper, at 4:00
Several questions concerning the P. M.
is the best way to describe the con30 points.
clusion of the interview, "The
1947 Pedagogue have been brought
The purpose of this meeting is to
Basis of 70 points. to my attention during the past few
greatest privilege I ever had was to
give any interested student an opAll members of the French De teach in State College for 13 years,
weeks. I should like to take this portunity to discuss any item of
Review Juniors
plan
to attend the all-day There is no question that it is the
5. Each member shall review his opportunity to answer these ques- the MAA budget with the members partment
i --i
finest teacher's college in America
tions
and
at
the
same
time
to
clear
Juniors, followed by open discussion
of Executive Council. Each major meeting of the Hudson Valley Chap —bar none. To have shared in that
and a permanent scoring to beup a few misunderstandings.
item as shown in the State College ter of the American Association of distinction in tlie most humble way
The fact that we are charging News last week will be broken clown Teachers of French which will be
agreed upon by a 2/3 vote of the
something for which I'm very
$1.50 for this year has apparently upon request.
held tomorrow at the Emma Willard is
members.
grateful."
School
in
Troy.
Mr.
Roy
Moshier,
6. The recommended list shall caused considerable comment. In
John Dooley.
gave three reasons to back up
Jeanne
Cavanaugh,
Supervisor of Modern Languages hisHestatement
contain not more than ten names November,
To the Editor:
of greatness. Heading
Business
Manager
of
the
Pedagogue
selected from the Juniors with the
During the past week, owing to for New York State, and Professor them was our high standard of
requested
of
the
Student
Associahighest scores by a vote of all the
the week-end snow, the weather has Vincent Guilloton of Smith College, .scholarship. A degree remains good
members of Myskania, with not tion a $1,000 appropriation from the been exceedingly cold, making pas- Northampton, Mass., and Middle- wherever you go and it has never
surplus.
The
reasons
for
the
necmore than one dissenting vote.
sage through the outdoor pe"istyle bury Language Schools, Middlebury, been discounted because the stan7. The suggested list shall contain essity of this were presented to the from Draper to Hawley exceedingly Vt.. have been invited to be thedards were kept here. Second was
not less than four names selected Student Body at this time. How- unpleasant for a student who is not guest speakers.
the fact that it is a democratic colfrom the Juniors with the next ever, in view of the recent barrage wearing outdoor clothing. Naturallege and following that was the
against
the
Pedagogue,
I
feel
that
Dr. Charles Andrews, Professor of student body and his belief that
highest scores by a 2/3 vote.
ly, a student who has a free hour
8. Individual members of Mys- they should be repeated. The rea- or half-hour to spend in the library Physics, Mr. Francis Harwood, In- thoy can't be matched anywhere in
sons
are
as
follows:
(1)
increased
kania may, as members of Student
doesn't wish to get his or her coat, structor and Supervisor in Science, the country. Dr. Jones was on the
Association, suggest other names to cost of printing and engraving due yet the chilling effect of that walk Dr. Carlelon Moose, Professor and Admissions Committee and he felt
lo the rising cost of labor and ma- makes one hesitate—and decide in Supervisor in Science, Dr. Oscar that by knowing the students beappear on the suggested list.
terials, (2) additional number of the end to throw up the whole thing. Lanford, Professor of Chemistry, fore and during college, he is in a
pages on the yearbook because of Particularly when the underground and Gloria Russo, Graduate, to- position lo have such an opinion.
larger Senior class and additional door is locked, rather than going gether with heads of the science de- No one could possibly have shown
Fou' Added To Dean's List
organizations and societies.
around and back through the chilly partments of East Greenbush, Glens more sincerity and enthusiasm than
This year our budget exceeded the peristyle, he will turn into the Falls, and Watervliet schools are Dr. Jones as he spoke about Stale
Milton G. Nelson, Dean of the
College, has announced that five budget of last year by approximately Commons which is conveniently working on a tentative physics and College and the students.
chemistry syllabus for high school
names have been added to the $2,500 in spite of the fact that we near—and warm.
regents requirements. This syllaDean's list for last semester. These are using a different type of paper
I
fail
to
see
any
reason
why
the
include: Helen Califano, Jean Hoff- and a new more reasonable print- underground passageway should not bus will be submitted to the State
man, Marie Holz, Sophomores, and ing process.
be left open, at least until we have Board of Regents, together with one
In addition, we eliminated pic- summer weather again. Can't some- from New York City, both of which
Dolores Korney, '50.
will be inspected by the board.
thing be done?
Frozen Freshman.
Dr. Ellen C. Slokes, Dean of
from Page 1, Column Si
Women, attended a meeting of the (Continued
The quota for the national drive
Deans of Women of New York State is $12,000,000, 25';; of which will be
Publish New Style Recipes
Teachers' Colleges in Syracuse, used for the support of laboratories
April Hi and 19. One of the topics and clinical research. According to
To Please Daring Readers
Mr.
Forrest
Willis,
a
member
of
The drive for Nymegen, sponsor- the commission from Albany, sent
covered in the meeting was the the statistics now available, only
ed by the city of Albany, will end
Since the Nisws is always
problem of residence halls.
25'} of the cancer victims are cured
to
the
Dutch
town
to
investigate
this week after thirteen days of
anxious to please, it. publishes
by surgery and radiation, due to
campaigning for food and clothing, conditions, has given a report on Ihe following recipe for those
Dr. Oscar Lanford, Professor of the difficulties encountered in deliving
conditions
there.
According
according to Catherine Donnelly,
who requested it In last week's Chemistry, and Mr. Clayton Holo- tecting the disease. One of the
'49, Chairman of the drive at State to Mr. Willis, in one six-room un- poll:
way, Instructor In Chemistry, a t - prime aims of the present drive is
derground
flat,
ninety-two
families
College. State's contribution will
PUT NUDGE
tended a conference of the Ameri- to provide for funds for research
conclude willi a tag day next week. —four hundred fifty-two people2 buttlcspoons of Taibler
can Chemlc d Society in Atlantic for means of detection.
The adoption of Nymegen was were living. The health conditions
2 cups shanulated grugar
City. New Jersey, Tuesday through
At present, 125 cancer clinics are
first suggested b\ members of the were unusually bad, and the mat3 cuppers quart win theme or
Thursday, April 15-17.
tresses
unfit
for
animals.
Most
of
set up, and 11 hospitals specialize
Eighty-Second Airborne Division
bopp
of
the
tottle
in the treatment of the disease. The
who returned home with reports of the people have only the bare essen3 chairs of squarkolet
11 hospitals have a capacity of only
the friendliness and courage of this tials of clothing and not enough
Dr.
J.
Allan
Hicks,
Professor
of
1
cup
sorn
keerup
town in the Netherlands, after they food.
Guidance, attended the county- 850 beds, however. In 1200 counties
1 nui) of kelled shuts
had been bombed by American
wide Career Day in Cooperstown there are no hospitals whatsoever,
a vittle lttullla
A ship from Holland is being sent
50,000 cancer victims withplanes. The village is still practic- to the United States to collect the
Shook the krugar, mawkolet, yesterday lor all the Juniors and leaving
ally leveled, according to reports supplies contributed. According lo chllk, and sorn keerup until the Seniors in tlie schools of Otsego out treatment. In view ol these
from the town, with living condi- Miss Donnelly, this is the first of
County. Dr. Hicks went as a rep- facts, Student Council Is requestmawkolet chells.
tions in a deplorable state.
resentative
of the teaching profes- ing all members of tlie Student Asthe drives by American cities to
Stoil without burring lo 230
Nymegen, Itself, is u fairly large adopt ravaged towns In Europe. deheeze of greet. Drop a little sion in general. The director of the sociation to contribute at least $.25.
Career Day, Mr. Kenneth Hotchtown, with a university located on People living in Albany may leave of the mot hlxlure Into a wat of
the outskirts. Students attending their contributions at any fire sta- cold supper, If little bolt sawls kiss, taught at State during last Can Sign For Guide Program
summer school session and
ihe university are studying under tion, or at the city hull.
form in the cutlum of the bopp, year's
Marian Miei is and William Baldplans lo return this summer.
conditions hardly conducive to conthe
dudge
is
fun.
Remove
nan
Requested articles for the people
win, Juniors, Co-Cluilrmen of Stucentration. Most of them have bul
from the peat and bod the utter.
dent Guides, have announced that
one suit of clothes and a minimum of Nymegen Include underwear, Spent with a boon until glck and
Dr. Neil A. McNoll, Assistant Pro- the sheet for signing up for tlie
of food. Without textbooks, the socks, stockings, rain clothes, good
thooey. Nop In the drills, Had
fessor of Social Studies, has been guide program will be left on the
professors have reverted lo thework clothes, shirts, aprons and
classic lecture for instruction. No outer garments; sheets, pillow cases, the airoring, pour Into a battered voted a substantial grant-in-aid by Dean of Women's bulletin board
the Social Studies Research Coun- during the following week. All
means of transportation lo the col- blankets, soap, writing paper, knives, pun and squark in mail's,
You may marsh ad-mullows If
lege is available and the students knitting needles, sewing materials,
cil to enable him to spend the sum- those who am interested in the
you
have
a
particularly
teet
have to walk the few miles. When and curtains, kitchen utensils and
mer investigating the mortgage in- guide program and have not signed
asked what they needed, the towns- portiers; imperishable foods, packed sooth,
debtedness of the farmers of theup should do so next week without
Serves a gruzzen doan-ups or Genesee Valley in the period before fail, as tills will be the last chance
people asked for a bus before any- in tin cans, bicycles, tires, workto sign up.
thing else, so that the students men's tools, garage tools, drafting two bean-aged toys.
the Civil War.
sets, and sewing machines.
might get to the university.
F
f*
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To the
Edltor!
Dr. Jones Favors
State In Report
j
State Will Close Clothing Drive
For Nymegen W ith Tag Day
To Start Drive
ForC ancer Fund
STATE OOLLBOE NEWS,
STATE COLLEGE NEWS,
FRIDAY, APRIL 2 8 , I B 4 7
FRIDAY, APRIL 2 5 , 1 1 4 7
PAill
PAOK4
News Conducts Poll On Budget;
M A A , Ped Provoke Discussion
Colonial Theatre
To Show French
Literary Contest
Motion Picture
Still In Progress
"Les Enfants du Paradis," called
f Crusade Against Smallpox Mcllwaine Says
Causes Scratching Epidemic
Prompt action by Dean Milton
G. Nelson has probably averted
any possibility of a smallpox epiI n answer to last week's request — —
—
~—
.-7——
for a column In which students are „49The
opinion
of Gilford Wlngate, demic at State but has caused an
an
o f m an
epidemic of another sort. Ever
given a n opportunity to express „ >
d
, V others was that
Dr. Shields Mcllwaine, Professor by critics France's answer to "Gone
anxious to carry out the wishes
opinions on matters which are "on sMAA
is
spending
too
much
on
varof English, has announced that all With the Wind," will be shown at
it
of
the
Dean,
students
are
beginthe fire" for the week, the NEWS
y athletics and not enough on
the Colonial theater during t h e
ning to go around with the white undergraduate students may enter week of May 5. Special rates will
conducted a poll this week on the intramural
sports,
the
Leah
Lovenheim
Literary
ConAlvln
patches on their arms conspicuquestion, "What are your objections,
Peldman, 49, ends our dlsbe established for students who
If any, to the Student Association ncussion
on MAA and begins our ously exposed. And conversa- test which is now in progress. All wish to attend the third U. S. showext ltem
entries
must
be
in
Dr.
Mctions run something like this,
Budget?"
°f business by saying that
ing of this film.
Alas, we really started something. lPedagogue's
budget should be item"How much did it cost you?"— Ilwaine's office, Room 26, Richardzed a n d tnat
French dialogue nas oeen suppleAccording to most of the students t o
we're giving too much
2 bucks! Why the . . . soaked son Hall, by May 15.
mented
by English subtitles for AmTwo
prizes
of
$12.50
each
will
be
whose opinions were requested, no
MAA. "This is not an athletic
me 3!
erican
audiences,
and the movie has
awarded
for
the
best
poem
and
the
one, unless he has studied each or- tcollege
and
we'll
never
get
into
'big
But aside from providing a reganization and its particular needs i m e ' anyway."
freshing change from discussing best short story submitted, A stu- been cut from its original length to
with much care, is qualified t oh eCatherine
Donnelly, '49, expressed elections the vaccinations are a dent may submit one paper in each a running time of two hours and
r
speak on the subject.
opinion on the topic of Pedanuisance. The truth of the mat- of the two divisions of the contest. twenty minutes.
Each piece of work entered must
The title "Children of Paradise"
Joy Simon, '49, expressed herself S°gue with the following, "Ped has ter is that they itch. I t is ruas follows: "I have no objection t o got to have money in the thousands mored that students are asking be typed double space and signed refers to theater audiences in what
the budget as it stands, because I to publish a college yearbook. Give to be excused from class saying, with a pseudonym. The contestant would correspond to American
do not think that any organization your money now so they won't have "Please may I leave the room? must write on a slip of paper and "peanut galleries," and action ocon campus would try to ask for to ask for more later on."
place in a sealed envelope the pseu- curs in and out of theaters lining
My vaccination Itches."
extra money, unless they needed it Senior Jean Elting, who, incidentdonym used, his name, and the title the "Boulevard of Crime" in Paris.
or planned to need it. However, I ly. is also Editor of the Pedagogue,
of the manuscript. He must then Although reviewers have charged
do object to the needless throwing said, "I don't have any objections,
clip the sealed envelope to the man- "Les Enfants" with vagueness of
away of money just because Assem- I'm all for Ped naturally. The more
uscript.
theme and lack of unity, they are
bly comes before lunch periods."
money you give them the better."
The short story entries will be in accord on its general excellence.
Of course, MAA was thoroughly
Erna Burns, "48, commented that
judged by Mr. Perry D. Westbrook, Characterization is the chief athashed over, said Sandy Heslin, '50. there should be more money for
Instructor in English, and the poetry traction of the story, which is in
"It seems an awful lot of money for Ped so the students wouldn't have
the "laugh-clown-laugh" tradition,
by Dr. McElwaine.
Statesmen will hold a semi-forMAA. There are a lot of associa- to pay for it at all.
and it has been suggested that
tions who deserve it more, like Ped."
J- Michael Hippick, '47, gave us mal dance Saturday evening, May
looseness of plat was intentional.
M. to 2 A. M. in the
Kittredge. '49, thinks the the following statement:
Bob Kittredge,
statement; "The
1™ bud»»»-lv, U U 1 l u
Now in its second year in Paris,
ecu JO ».«„
>
"
* • -— - - - —
ules Dance "Les
MAA budget should be discussed get is not broken down sufficiently "»• l r o m 1U F
Enfants du Paradis" had its
both as to expenditures and receipts. Commons
and will
Gym.play
Gusfor
Metro
and
his orchestra
dancing
U. S. premier in Los Angeles and
most thoroughly. Mickey Seaman, both as to expenditures and receipts. Commons
e while the State Stars
r MOQf
in
the
Gym
In Lounge Tomorrow is also showing currently in New
'49, believes that MAA has too much It's a big waste of effort to let each " ° "
—•._ and
— j (.,,„+
Columnl) will play in the Commons. George
money for minor sports
that (Continued on Page 6,
York.
Poulos, '48, and Benjamin Jackson,
George Kunz, '47, President of
WAA has not enough because more
'50, are in charge of the decorations, Sigma Lambda Sigma fraternity,
students take part in WAA than in
which will furnish the spring theme. has announced that the organiza/ 9 _ / _ •_ / Comma
the men's sports. Bev. Sittig, '49,
Arrangements are in the hands of tion will hold a dance Saturday
agreed vehemently with Miss SeaColonial SoJ
Philip Lashinsky, '47. As is the cus- night in the Lounge.
man.
tom, the officers for 1947-'48 will be
Central Avenue at Quail
Dr.
James
Wesley
Childers,
ProEugene McLaren, '48, gave this
announced at this time.
fessor of Spanish, and Mrs. Childstatement: "I have no objections. I
Forum will hold a model United
do think that most students take
Gerhard Weinberg, '48, and Jean Nations Security Council session in ers will be chaperones for tho
event.
too
r k i nlittle
r t h e " ainterest
U i I u d e "in
t h ait,
t apparently
sin7eThey pulvSl '49, have been appointed to the Auditorium Friday, May 16.
have to Pay their student tax any- attend the annual spring confer- Students from 15 colleges have been Frank Andreone, '47, is chairman
wav it makes little difference who e n c e a t Russell Sage College. The invited to attend. Delegates will of the affair and Orson Dunham,
S
the money. In regards to the m a i n business of this meeting will register at 10 A. M. and following '50, is assistant chairman. The reMAA budget, students should re- b e to discuss various campus activ- this, Dr. Robert Rienow, Assistant mainder of the committees are as
follows: decorations, Harold Tunkel,
Professor
of Political
member that the largest part of it ities.
™ I C M U . V- - - Science, will Royal
Monroe, Henry Dcmbrosky.
A luncheon
is for varsity athletics which repreuisuuooiuiio sspeiiK.
Ill the
t u g Assemb
n . w . . . . u .y
...
B e s i d e s the customary/ discussions
p e a k in
and Richard Watson, freshmen;
• .«-—J~ not
—J. just
<"!•»the
H10 concerning
,
»„j.nf
araioTTimont,. f
r«,. the
f h o delegates
rfnlpfrnf.ps will
Will be held at 1
sent all the students
Student
aovernment,
or
chaperones, Richard Hayford, '49,
men."
Publications, Inter-Faith, Drama- p . M . Marion Hancock, '48, has Frank Dcmbrosky, '50; music, Jacob
tics, and Athletics, a new emphasis been named chairman of the ses-Schuhle and William Hart, Sopho- Ites Enfants du Paradis
will be placed upon the method and S i 0 n ,
with ENGLISH TITLES
mores, Warren Noble, '50.
desirability of stimulating participaDramatics and Art Council has
tion and interest in campus activ- scheduled a picnic, which will be
ities. Attention will be paid t o the h e i d Sunday, May 15, for all those
importance of enlightened citizen- w h o n a v e worked in dramatics this
ship in all phases of life, as it may y e a i . ( according to Clyde Cook, '47.
o r i•••i n a~
t e -l=
n
., „ „ „ a „ , 1 f m m t . h e n „ „ D l , i a „ t ,
T h o s e
w h o w i s h t o a t .
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Z^T^Zn*L^tt TThfpVose^tional
S e n t Or-' T%&^
ifc. annual luncheon Saturday at h e , proposed
National Student Or- j . schoonmaker,
'48, if there are
1 1 alS b e d i S C U S S G d a t
Ihe W f t S S S t r S M "n
Snidation
t n V 1will
°
aannyy Squestions,
qu°es=
also
be
discussed
a
t
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MAA Soffball
Plans Schedule;
Seek Riflemen
Since the last of my term papers
Fran Mullin Captains
The Sophomore women copped
had been handed in and since
At a meeting held Tuesday noon
Spring had come to Albany (joke), two rivalry points Wednesday when
Five-Man
Tennis
Squad
the captains of the Intramural
I thought that now would be the they defeated the frosh women in
Softball league revised some of the
Tomorrow afternoon Otate's Var- existing rules. T h e Intramural
ripe time to take Sports Page, But bowling. Rolling on the Pladium
alleys,
they
led
by
134
points
as
they
Jack Frost double-crossed me and I
sity tennis campaign gets under schedule was also drawn up.
started pulling my hair Sunday took the tirst two games.
way as the Purple and Gold net- T n e following changes have been
In the first game, the Sophs landmen meet the Plattsburg Teachers m a j e i n a n e a o r t t o bolster the demorning wondering il there would
at 3 o'clock on the Ridgcfield courts, fenses:
be any news to print this week. Of slided to a 101 pin victory. Led by
Fran Mullin, veteran State campaigI _ A ten man team instead of a
course I had reckoned without our A. Adolfson, hitting 154 in an eight
ner, is acting both as captain and n i n e m a n team,
efficient snooping sports staff and mark game, the Sophs had little
coach of the varsity squad. This
2—The base lines will be sixty feet
John Dooley, ana this page is thetrouble downing the frosh. In the
second contest of the series, the
is the first match on an inter- j o n g instead of 55.
result of their hard work.
frosh
led
through
the
seventh
frame
collegiate schedule which already
When?
3 _ N 0 D a s e s wiil be issued to a
lists three games with two other batter struck by a pitched ball.
During the war years State barely in a much closer match. A seventh
frame
spare
series
for
the
Sophs
matches pending.
4_No man can transfer after
fielded a six-man touch-tackle foot- brought about the last minute rally
The weather has played tricks on playing two games with one team.
ball team. The students were re- Which netted them a 33 pin win. M.
the tennis squad in particular, leav5—Sneakers will be worn; no
membering the days when State had Southwick was high scorer for the
ing the outdoor courts in poor con- c i e a t s will be allowed.
its name high on the lists for In- frosh, chalking up a 153 game.
dition for fast matches. Several
6—Names of new players must be
tercollegiate play. Everyone was Team
Scores Av.
scheduled practices had to be can- g i v e n to Al Stone, '47, six hours beasking the question when. When
1st
2nd
celled with the result that the squad fore game time.
will the basketball team be organ- £ oph
154 133 143 Vi
is far behind in its training routine.
7—Eligibility is the same as for
ized agai',1? When will Tennis and Adolfson
Ames
96 138
117
Baseball be back?
To Name Teami
football.
137 145
141
Basketball came back and attend- Anderson
In playing its first intercolle- Weather Retards Schedule
107 127
117
KRAN MULLIN
ance at the first games overflowed. Peris
giate tennis since 1942, State opens
Games were scheduled for last
144 107
126%
We admit that the basketball sea- Seaman
against the same opponents with Tuesday but due to the snow did
638 652
129
son wasn't as successful ax anyone Total
which they got the ball rolling in not start till Thursday. The games
had hoped for, but this wasn't
'42, Plattsburgh. That year State will be held on both Page field and
Total
638
652
129
Coach Hathaway's or the fellow'
breezed to a 8-1 victory over their the Dorm field at 4:30 on Tuesday,
Frosh
fault. It was heavy competition
northern rivals
Wednesday and Thursday. If at
Kellerher
82
118
100
and lack of material. If the stu'. . , .
.. least 8 men on a team do not show
103
dents had supported the team, as Komendarik . 95 111
106 122
114
SC,Uad e te by
s lack of
o n p flh M
w :b
4 :the""match
4 0 o r o n t nwiTl
e
one of State's teams could have been Lessard
tast game
same of
ping t h eHandicapped
H™
£Plal1npractice,
^r iSbc hl U1
' g Dorm
4 5fnrfptt-.prf
f , cniinH
f " ,'; cold.
PTIIPVC
r.hAMullin
n
r c r a_T
- .m.n.„. _.he
*_«, _
i. , m
123 115
119 The
i n e last
oi the
me MAA
iviAA^puig
tches
practically
has
„ t n m qfield"
t _..,n m«
H
supported, maybe some of those MeCuen
pong
tournament
was
played
off
m
'
S
w
e
Y
^
h
a
T
"
"
t
h
e
"
m
n""ninvtV^
automatically
be
forfeited
P
121 153
137
close contests could have been tack- Southwick
Wednesday. Warren Noble '50 down- J g B F p S l * ' t o T n o U X i l l
™ £ K u e ^ v Z DerzeeS
ed up in the win column.
Total
537 619
115
t l t l l l 2 ™ Z e ™ ^ S .
" o t n-essarily compose the five fj" <%£*&£? S 3 , **£.
Spring sports are the topic of the
™. to occomc tne new oiituiipwu. m a n s q u a t j n e plans to carry. He in- M '._ « • • QT O ank u,o ptniri
day now and several tennis matches
Wagner proved to be little compe- t l m a t e d t n a t &
„ , 'h t h e Marys, KB, SLS, and the Pinks.
have been arranged with leading
tition. He was outclassed by Noble f m . m n fi v p K f„, rpc T n Hnto Rnh K , , l e l / I U D
schools. Baseball is still on an inwho remained undefeated through- Merritt Fred Root Clancv Oan A R i f l e C l u b l s b e i n g o r 8 a n l z e d
formal schedule but games have
:
Merritt,
Clancy
a n , a5umberg7'4j""The"cTubls""beln
out the tournament,
Sy
Fersh,Fled
BobRoot,
Kloepfel
andOBob
s a n i n t r a m u r a l club under Lewis
g set
also been planned. Let's not have
The winner took three V •
A Van Damm have shown promise „„ o a „ n o r m m m t „i„ h H,I« vpnr
only the substitutes out, there
u p as a
D
games,
the first was
game
the opnllerifltp"pomnr>MHnn"
clUD Wis year
cheering the teams, but nil you stuf holding their own analnst
closest. Wagner
off being
to a good
"nnp inter" t w s o l, tl c a r - Permanent
—
Al Stone, '47, Captain of MAA
dents too. We have always wanted
-- ^through,
"d' e n^ own
HBturisG
miei
0 ovwi OI.."U;U^»B
s"f>£™£
o l t c a n become affiliated
start
but
Noble
pounded
g
y
g
S
^
J
^
f
f
i
s
^
'
i
s ' t e nwith
t a t i the
velv
a large sports program here and Bowling, has announced that SLS
winning
21-19.
7
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„,.„
.
.
.
„
A
qualuying
snoot
ls
tentatively
P
n
l
i
n
n
h
)
f
1
l
n
{ha
n
f
Q
has
won
the
spring
tournament
with
we have it this year.
Support
Both the second and third games S ^ f f i J candidates for the Hv^ s c h e d u l e d f o r A P r i l 26 - ^ d a t e s i x
your team and watch it go places. eleven wins and seven losses in
cancilc
competition wiin three opponents were Noble's from the start. Wagner o s u " 0 "
WAA
Wtes toi the five m e n n a v e r e s p o n d e d . R i f l e s m u s t
WAA plays an important part in at the Rice Bowling Alleys. Vanproved to be weak in his drives and ' ' , „. ' ,
be furnished by individuals. '
athletics in the school with intra- Uii7.ee was second with nine wins Noble made the most of it, grassMullin, stalwart of the '42 squad
Anyone interested should contact
and
eight
losses,
w
h
l
c
h
mural hockey, basketball, and softhopping from side to side of the
boasted victories over Platts- Sumberg or Stone.
b
u
r
atone
also
announced
that
Fran
ball. Of course other minor sports
table, making every shot count. The
S . Cortland State and Hartwick,
are included in their program too, Mullin, '48, who bowled for Potter o l l l - h ? a n T 2 l - l T r e ^ ^ V i C t ° r l e S - t i o n t o m S w . ^ r a n g T U S S T A T E L O S E S T O S I E N A "*
During the course of the year, State Club, was high scorer of the league
has given every indication in pracState led until the second inning
has been invited to a few playdays with 177. His closest rival was Bob Other Competitors
tices to date that he will be hard to when Siena scored 5 runs to tie.
with surrounding schools, but with Dickinson, '48, who registered 167
Noble began his winning spree beat once he gets his deadly ser- Karpiak was the losing pitcher and
over eight hundred women regis- for KDR. Warren Noble, '50, wasby defeating Gordon and Oarr. This vice clicking.
Nealon, for Siena, the winner.
l.iii'd
w
i
t
h
163.
tered in the school and about two
left Miller, Margolin and Weiner
;
Other
high
scorers
were:
Marty
hundred women participating in
in the field. Miller kept Noble on
Bortnick,
'48,
wltii
160
for
Potter
some sport, why can't an inter-colClub. Hal Weber, '47, 158 for KDR, his toes, giving some stiff compelegiate program be arranged?
and Graham Duncan, '47, with 157 tition, but Noble was the better
Varsity Teams
/om
PLACt
man. Margolin won over Weiner and
There could be a WAA varsity for EEP.
became Noble's competition and
The
official
results
are
as
follows:
team for every sport. Instead of
Won Lost conquest.
( AH9 AAAATfcURS J
picking the outstanding girls at Team
In the other set Wagner gained
11 7 his place In the finalist bracket, settl: J end of the season, why not give' HI S
them a chance to play together and Van Derzee
0
8 back Leader, McClintock and
ting
try out for the various positions. L'EH
8
1
0
Zippin.
His win over Mullin, who
Games could be arranged with KDH
took
7
1
0 third place in the tournament
Skidmore, Russell Sage and possiqualified him for the finals.
bly Vassar. There is even u pos- Residence Plans Requested
sibility that tile teams could travel
Miss Ellen C. Stokes, Dean of
to the other colleges in the stale.
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,'Continued from Page //, Column BJ Prlndle's Platform
1. To make State College more
organization have a line item for prominent through support of the
Ped. Why not give Ped the money State-wide conferences.
2. To give more students a chance
at the beginning? The budget does
not include items as to how much to participate in our student govmoney is returned to Student Asso- ernment by holding large open sesciation by each organization at the sions of Student Council at least
once every two months (or more
end of the year.
"It keeps increasing all the time. often if desired).
3. To encourage joint meetings of
In view of last year's stormy budget session it's obvious that each all student organizations and to
organization has its budget padded contribute suggestions to the work
to sustain any possible rises in of each. (Perhaps, only once a semcosts. Aside from these few minor ester for each organization to outline, explain, and publicize their
details. . ."
Many students were of the opin- programs for the year.) Because
ion that we. ought to know more many students can only devote their
about the new Student Center build- time to one organization, yet would
ing the State has appropriated like to know what other organizamoney for before we give any more tions are doing and why, they would
money toward It. Among these was have an opportunity in this way.
Gerhard Weinberg, '48.
4. To honestly encourage more inA lot of the people questioned, teresting assemblies. To do this, I
commented that they thought too should like to find out, through a
much money is being spent on keys. poll at the beginning of a semester,
Forum and Debate Council are what type of assemblies are pregetting too much money in propor- ferred by most of the student body.
tion to the results shown in the
5. To see that the student governpast year, according to Ann Herr- ment is run in an efficient manner,
mann, '50.
and to try to have more student inPat Tilden, '48, says that since terest in the workings of the entire
the budget is increasing it shows student government (through No.'s
we're growing and improving. She 2, 3, and 4 above) in an honest, sinalso suggested that budgets be cere way.
itemized more than they have been. Williams' Platform
1. Greater appreciation of State
Paul Barselou, '47, rendered his
opinion thusly, "Judging from the College in the community of Albany.
discussion in last Friday's Assem2. Greater recognition of State
bly I have no objections. Some of among the other colleges, especially
the allowances are pathetically through active participation in the
small."
Intercollegiate Association of State
Art Soderlind, '47, has no objec- Teachers' Colleges.
tions because he hasn't been to As- 3. Wider and more genuine intersembly this semester. (Apparently est in student government.
he hasn't read the NEWS for last
4. Greater school interest in curweek either!)
rent problems, especially those
Delores Kloster, '49, would also which will affect us in our own aftlike a more itemized account so er college lines.
students would know what's going
5. A maintenance of the friendly
on, and she has many on her side. atmosphere for which State has
been noted.
Worth's Platform
1. A definite change in the Assembly program scheduling committee to work more closely with organizations to insure a well integrated program with an over-all
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known and to better ourselves
through new suggestions by conferences here and at other colleges.
3. Making the faculty aware of
the problems of Student Association
and gaining support In the solving
of these problems by a stronger
student-faculty committee.
4. To foster co-ordination and cooperation among organizations supported by Student Association In
order to eliminate loss of effort and
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Sorority Groups Moving-Up Day Excitement, Fun S t u d e n t s
Elect Officers
Approach As Nostalqia
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ilgi Rises • confusion, blue ribbons ganization officers are made known,
For Coming Year andNoiseredandsweaters
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STOP!
Draper shout to everyone in general old and new Myskanias and followthat another Moving-TJp Day is ed by the classes in order—Seniors
Otto Assumes Position
here. Caps and gowns will add a first. Formation of the class numElection O f Myskania,
note of solemnity to the picture of erals and the planting of the Ivy Vets Find Money Scarce...
As Council President
gayety of the excited Sophs, Juniors, by the outgoing Seniors mark the
Class
Officers Slated
Molly Kramer, '47, President of and Seniors-to-be and the rush to end of the first part of Moving-Up But Congress Isn't Worried
For Today's Assembly
Intersorority Council, has announc- get a partner in the line.
Day.
Wednesday, without any warned that at meetings of all the sor- It's "up with the birds" for all The Commons is the next seat of
ing, the Veterans Administration
Voting on class and Student Asorities Monday evening, officers for those ten o'clock students because activity with Myskania sponsoring suddenly found themselves with- sociation officers and for the mem1947-48 were elected. The officers the lines form at 8:30 A. M. and an open-house with refreshments out any funds, leaving the ex- bers of the '47-'48 Myskania will
of the Intersorority Council have fifteen minutes later the procession for the students and their guests. G.I.'s in a state of mounting des- take place in Assembly this mornalso been elected and are as follows: begins. Destination reached, finally Then before you know it, it's time pair. Appropriations for the ing. There will also be a further
President, Barbara Otto, '48; Vice- —'Page Hall—and as all are seated, for the all-important skits and the monthly checks allotted to the discussion of the budget as it stands.
President, Barbara Jean Schoon- including the guests if possible, rivalry points at bay. The evening veterans were depleted, and no
maker, '48; Secretary, Ruth Seel- Ruth Bentlcy, '47, will formally wel- continues with the students form- hopes of relief are in sight for List SA Candidates
bach, '48; and Treasurer, Barbara come evei one. With the usual or- lng a hollow square in front of
some time. As it stands now, the
The three candidates for the (PresDunker, '48.
der reversed and the frosh leading Draper for a campus sing.
bill providing for continuation of
ident of Student Association are
The newly elected officers of Al- off, class speakers will expound on The appropriate end to an un- funds before Congress has not Alice Prindle, Alice Williams, and
pha Epsilon Phi are, Dean, Bernlce the ideals of their class. Following forgettable day is again in the been passed, and the Administra- Eloise Worth, while James Brophy,
Shapiro, '48; Subdean, Charlotte the announcement of the new of- commons where the State Stars tion will not have the funds to Joseph Francello, Robert Kittredge
continue monthly payments. Un- Agnes Mclntyre, Gifford Wingate,
Goldstein, '48; Scribe, Ruth Bessel, fleers of minor organizations comes furnish music for dancing
til the bill is passed, the veterans and Joseph ZanohelU are running
'48; Treasurer, Rita Shapiro, '48; the moving-up ceremony and those
.._.. ._
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will be without money.
Rush Captain, Marie Holz, '49; Al- -frosh finally get their chance to
in competition for the office of
umnl Secretaries, Rose Rosen and come down out of the gallery with
According to a report from the Vice-Presidency. The four freshYvette Schwedock, Sophomores; all its bird's eye views and see how
rimes Union, Wednesday, there men who are candidates for the ofand House President, Alice Fisher, everyone on the stage looks from
is no way of determining when fice of Secretary are Geraldine
'48.
the main floor. "Where, oh where
the .situation will be relieved. In Cooperman, Alice Reilly, Diane
Next year's officers for Beta Zeta are the gay young Sophomores?"
Webber, and Rose Mary Willsey
the words of the cynical reporter
are, President, Barbara J. Schoon- • • • Right back in the balcony! The
Who volunteered the information, Rita Shapiro, Helen Kisiel, and
maker, '48; Vice-President, Shirley spirited rendition of that melody
Who can tell what Congress Mary Jean Carver, Juniors, are runForman, '48; Secretary, Mary Lou will serve to keep the enthusiasm
ning for the office of Grand Mardo?"
O'Nell, '49; Treasurer, Joyce Park- high during the moving-up. "Arm In
shal of Student Association. Other
er, '48; Chaplain, Corinne Feigin, Arm Thro' Friendly Ways" comes
candidates for Association offices
'49; Alumni Secretary, Helen Cook, Just before the tapping of the new Hillel will sponsor a sport dance
are Margaret Franks, Jeanne Gebo
tomorrow evening in the Commons
'49; Marshals, Ruth Matteson and Myskania.
Audrey Koch, and Marjorie Smith,'
from
8:30
to
12
P.
M.,
according
to
for Songleader, and for College
Immediately after the major or
Eleanor Adams, freshmen.
Solomon Minsberg, '47, President.
Cheerleaders, Gladys Hawk, '48
Chi Sigma Theta has chosen the
Mary Telian, '47, President of StuMary Cheatham, Jacqueline Farrell
following officers for the coming
dent Christian Association, has apJean Ineson, Patricia Rourke, and
year, President, Rita Coleman, '48;
pointed Donald Herold, '48, general
Margaret Seaman, Sophomores, and
Vice-President, Jane O'Brien, '48;
chairman of SCA's program ThursEvelyn Komendarek and Joan KeySecretary, Jean Cleary, '50; Treasday evening, which will feature the
ton, freshmen. For the Student
urer, Jean Pulver, '49; Alumni SecRPI Glee Club.
retary and House President, FranMiss Agnes Futterer, Assistant Board of Finance four members of
The vie will furnish music for the Professor
ces Ann Walsh, '48.
of English, has announc- the present Junior class and two
Hillel
sport
dance
which
is
being
The following officers have been
ed that the lists of students chosen mmembers from the present Sophoheld
a.s
a
finale
to
Hillel's
year
of
elected for next year for Gamma
lor Elementary Dramatics and Ad- °>'e class will be chosen. In addidances, and entertain- vanced Dramatics classes have been 'ton to these offices, each class will
Kappa Phi: President, Barbara OtAvrom Koblenz, 47, President of mreceptions,
ent
to,
'48; Vice-President,
Mary Kappa Beta fraternity, has released
programs. The programs for drawn up. The Elementary Di'am- vote for Its own offices and will
Quinn, '48; Recording Secretary, the list of newly elected officers for t h e evening will include dancing, alio group will contain 39 students mark their preferences for the
Elizabeth Ann Gibson, '49; Corres- the year 1947-48 along with the singing, and piano solos. Jean and the Advanced class 14.
members of Myskania for next year
ponding Secretary, Marjorie Fusmer, final plans for a reunion next week- Hoffman, '49, will render several
People chosen for the Advanced
......
'49; Treasurer, Mary Jane Peris, '49; end. The officers of Kappa Delta v o c ^ solos, accompanied by Ruth Dr ~ a matlcs class include: Arthur „ A . n Student Council meeting
Historian, Shirley McOuen, '50; Rho have also been announced by Lillmnfeld, 47, on the piano. Miss Russell, '48, Frederick Baron, Stuart G L ' n C o o Pcrman, '50, reported that
Clerk, Marie DcCarlo, '50; and Mar- Curtis Pfaff, '48, President of the Lilllanfeld will also play popular Campbell, Mary Cheatham, Cath- £ •clonic will be held Sunday, May
shals, Diane Weber and Marian fraternity.
numbers in the form of a piano solo. rine Donnelly, Ellen Fay, Margaret j " 1 ' l o r t l l e children from the AlLouise Klingman, freshmen.
All students are Invited to at- Franks, Everson Kinn, Thomas l m n y H o " i e .
Kappa Beta will hold its semiKappa Delta has elected the l'ol- formal the eve of Moving-Up Day tend. Invitations have been sent Lisker, Elizabeth Lol'thoase, John nnuim. ivr»» r , ,,
lowing officers for next year: Presi- from 9 P. M. to 1 A. M. at the Shak- to Union, RPI, Albany Low School, Lubey, Louise McArdle, Harold
, ' " M A A E, «««ons
dent, Barbara Dunker, '48; Vice- er Ridge Country Club. Music will and Albany College of Pharmacy. Mills, and Gilford Wingate, Sopho- . William Marsland, President of
MAA
Student Christian Association will mores.
President, Suzanne Hlldreth, '48; bo furnished by Vinee Bytner's Teen
> presented plans that lmvo
Secretary, Susanne Anderson, '49; Age Band. The chaperones for the sponsor the RPI Glee Club and the
been partially drawn up for the reTreasurer, Jo Ann Joslin, '49; Critic, evening will be Mrs. Kenneth Tlm- "Four Horsemen" Thursday evening
The Eelementary Dramatics class vision of the methods of electing
Vlrglniu Young, '48; Chaplain, Jean merman, Instructor In Chemistry, in the Commons at 11:30 P. M. Fol- includes: Robert Hard!,, Jean Tot- members to the MAA Council At
Wilcox, '48; Alumni Secretary, Mar- and Mr. Timmcrman and Dr. Earl lowing the performance there will man, and Jeanne Valachovic, Soph- the meeting of the new represontuomores, and James Baumgarten, Lives of Student Council which will
garet Franks, '49; Corresponding Dorwaldt Instructor in Hygiene. bo (lancing until 11:30 P. M.
Edwin Beemer, Asher Borton, Mar- be held the week after Moving-Up
Secretary, Wllma Whitney, '49; and Saturday, May 10, the fraternity will
fin Bush, G. L, Christy, Richard Day, the final plans will be discussMarshals, Marianim Burnett and hold a banquet at Howard Johnson's
Clark, Ruth Cooklngham, Joseph ed, and if approved, will be put to
(Continued on Pane 1,, Column SI on Central Avenue at 6:30 P. M.
Paul Wagner, ''17, is chairman of
Crucllla, Joan Farrell, Ruth From- a vote before the entire Student
I he banquet committee. The weekbach,
Bernadelte
Freel, Louis Association in one of the last mcetend will be brought to a close by a
Freechium, Joan French, Jeanne lugs of the year.
picnic and outing at Indian Ladder
Gebo, Yoland Glockner, Margaret
Sunday afternoon. Pfaff has anHoward, Eurle Jones, Christian Llenounced that Samuel Scott, '48, Is
vesfro, Marjorie Lyons, William Lygeneral chairman of the entire
Forum has planned two discus- ons, Thomas McCrackcn, Catherine
weekend, while Calvin Zippin, '47, sions on the United Nations, one of Noonan, Anthony Proehllo, Rhoda
is in charge of arrangements for which will take place here at State Rlber, Lorlce Sehalne, Shirley ShaMaurice Joseph Levin, Graduate, the picnic.
May 14, according to Marlon Han- piro, Hope Shaughnessy, Judith
President of Kappa Phi Kappa, Officers for Kappa Beta
cock, '411, Chairman of the model Serebnlck, Marvin Sell wart/, Marhonorary education fraternity, has
Officers lor the (•(lining year for United Nations program. These jorie Southwiclc, Pauline Thompannounced that the organization Kappa Hela are: President.' Marvin explanatory meetings will take the son, Noreno Thorson, Mabel Totten,
The Primer staff, which Is headed
held a dinner last Saturday at 1 Wayne, '49; Vice-President, Abra- place of tlie model United Nations Rose Wollse.y , freshmen.
by Marilyn Skoisky, '47, has listed
P. M, In VnnDerzee Hall In honor ham Ti'op, '50; Secretary, Irwin meeting previously planned but
nominations lor the 1947-48 staff
of Dr. Arthur K. Helk, Professor oi' Haumel, '50; Treasurer, Fred Jo- postponed because It came too Into
and has announced that voting will
Education.
In
I
he
semester.
COILS,
I); Recording Secretary, Seytake place Unlay in the Commons
The first of these meetings will Faculty W i l l A t t e n d
Dr. BelK has been faculty spon- ii I i ii i I Fer.sh, '50; Inlerl'ralernity
from 12 to 12:30 and from 2:30 to
sor of Kappa Pill Kappa lor twenty Representative, Stanley Abrain '48; have as its aim the explanation of
4:30. Members of the present staff
years since the commencement of Historian, Lawrence Fried, '50 and the purposes ami functions of the History Conference
are eligible to vote.
Irwin Wnxman, United Nations' Security Council
the organisation, and has resigned Parliamentarian
Three representatives from Stale
because it has come to the attenMore stories and contributions
his position, The main speaker at '50
tion of Forum that many of the College ure attending the spring than usual have been handed in
the dinner was Dr. James Allan '47 18 Officers for Kappa Delta
Hicks, Professor of Guidance, who
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'i'lie following officers have been student body are not well-informed conference of the New York Stale this year, and the Primer has had
Political Scientists and Historians lo be enlarged and bound. Becauso
Is the new sponsor of the fraternity. elected lor Kappa Delia Rho for upon llie workings of the UN.
Some of I he questions which will at Cooperslown today and lomor- the money appropriated for tho
Dr. Beik was presented with a 11)47-48: President, Robert Merrill,
wallet as a token of appreciation '•III; Senior Vice-President, Glen Do- be discussed are: the provisions of row. Dr Harvey Rice, Professor of publication was not sufficient, tho
lor his services to the organization. Long. ''Ill; Jlllllor Vice-President, the United Nations plan lor World Social Studies, Dr. Nell McNall, As- staff litis been working with the
Dale Wool '4(1; Secretary, Mervyn J'cuec and lis possibilities of sue- .slsluiil Professor of Social Studies, printer this pnsl week so that tho
McClliilock, '48; Treasurer, Emory cess; can diplomacy bring ponce?; and Owen Bombard, Graduate, were expenses could be cut down. However, anyone who stll) has contribuA n n o u n c e Drive Successful
Osborne, 'h); Corresponding Secre- what is the purpose of the UN and chosen to attend llie conference.
According lo Dr. Rice, the con- tions should save I hem and give
tary, II. Phillip Williams, '49; lnlcr- ciin II curry out Its purpose with
Ciillirliiu Donnelly, '49, Chairman fraternity Council Representative Ihe machinery sot up In the UN furmien will deal with the problems thorn lo llie new editor early In the
of leaching history. Discussion of full. This year's Issue will Include
of tho Nyinegen Drive here, has an- Curtis Pfaff, '48; Hergeuiil-al-Arms, charter?
The discussions will not oitonipl problems will center mainly upon several drawings by Eleanor liinn,
nounced thai the side of over (10(1 Zalllo Prlvetl, '411; Custodian, Wllwooden shoes al the tag day Tues- Hum Dumblelon, '50; Ponllfux, to come to u definite conclusion on the problems In New York Slate '47.
day netted $45 for the drive. The Thomas Triilnor, 'lid; Social Chulr- any of these topics, but ll is hoped Colleges and Universities. RepresenRogers Nielsen and Norma Fair.
clolhliiH received will be packed unil mini, John Brophy, '49; and Alh- lluil they will lead to a bettor un- luilvcs from colleges nil over New 0|,n,(j | m V ( , U(,t,n nominated for Edlshlpped as soon as boxes are avail- letlo Chairman, Robert Dickinson, dersfaiidlng of tin lunefion.s and York Stale ure attending the conable.
'48.
purposes of the UN
ference In Cooperslown.
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